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WPAI Lesson 20

Vocabulary for Opening of the West

abundant (adj.) appearing in great numbers; more than enough
achievement (n.) a remarkable or successful act
budget (n., v.) (n.) a plan for spending money; (v.) to plan how much money to spend for something
commemorate (v.) to honor the memory of a person or event
courageous (adj.) brave
expedition (n.) a long trip for a special purpose
fertile (adj.) good for growing plants; able to reproduce
influence (v., n.) (v.) to cause someone to change in some way; (n.) the power to affect or change someone or something
inhabitant (n.) someone who lives in a particular place
tolerate (v.) to recognize and respect others; to accept people or circumstances you don't like without complaining
traverse (v.) to go across a physical space
utmost (adj.) greatest
Created by: teacherkathy